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Example One – Book

The little black book of business writing / Mark Tredinnick and Geoff Whyte

Author  Tredinnick, Mark.
Published  Sydney : UNSW Press, 2010.
Description  224 p. ; 21 cm.
Subject

Commercial correspondence.

Business 

Other Subject Writing

Writing

Business
Language

Notes Includes index.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-221) and index.
Summary The Little Black Book of Business Writing is for everyone who writes for business purposes, in the commercial world, the private sector, the trades and the professions. Helps people write at work with economy, impact and efficiency.
Other Author 

Whyte, Geoff.

Tredinnick, Mark

ISBN 9781742230061 (pbk.)

Example Two - Map

Paroo-Darling National Park, Wilga & Mt Murchison sections [cartographic material] : fire management strategy, 2009 / N.S.W. National Parks & Wildlife Service.

Organisation  New South Wales. National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Edition Version 2009-02.
Scale Scale [ca. 1:100,000] (E 143°37'--E 144°03'/S 31°09'--S 31°35').
Published  [Sydney] : Dept. of Environment and Climate Change, 2009.
Description

1 map : col. ; 53 x 41 cm., on sheet 61 x 84 cm.

Australian Geodetic Datum 1966 (AGD66)

Subject  Fire management -- New South Wales -- Paroo-Darling National Park -- Maps.
Fire prevention -- New South Wales -- Paroo-Darling National Park -- Maps.
National parks and reserves -- New South Wales -- Maps.
Paroo-Darling National Park (N.S.W.) -- Maps.
Notes  Fire prevention and management map of Paroo-Darling National Park, Wilga & Mt Murchison sections, New South Wales, showing historic sites, threatened properties, airstrips, helipads, vehicle trails, major and minor public roads.
"Last updated: 26/05/09."
"DECC 2009/372."
Includes text.
Contents Ancillary maps: Location map -- Neighbours -- Vegetation -- Fuel hazard map.
Organisation  New South Wales. Dept. of Environment and Climate Change.
Other title Paroo-Darling National Park, Wilga & Mt Murchison sections
ISBN  9781742322841

Example Three - Manuscript

Norman Lindsay letters received from R. D. Fitzgerald, Lawson Glassop, John Tierney (Brian James) and Brian Penton, 1944, 1947, 1952, 1969, undated

Creator  Lindsay, Norman, 1879-1969
Level of Description Collection
Date of Work  1944, 1947, 1952, 1969, undated
Textual Records
0.01 metres of textual material (1 folder) : manuscript, typescript
1. Three letters from R. D. Fitzgerald dated 21 October 1952, 2 June 1969 and 27 June 1969. The first one concerns the illustration by Lindsay in Fitzgerald's book Between two tides. The remaining two letters concern his strong objections to a play by Dorothy Hewett, the question of censorship and the possibility of a "puritan revival". In the last one he also talks about the Vietnam War.
2. Letter from Lawson Glassop dated 3 March 1944 concerning the delay in the publication of his novel, We were the rats.
3. Ten letters from John Tierney (Brian James), one dated 1947, the rest undated. They mostly concern literature and writers and the state of his and Lindsay's health.
4. Letter from Brian Penton undated, in which he bemoans the parlous state of Australia and the world caused by the economic depression. Australia's lack of a national culture is also a matter of concern.
Acquired from the Antique Bookshop & Curios in 1995
Copyright status: - In copyright - This collection has multiple rights owners
May be copied for reference purposes - Applies only to material in which the author has been deceased for more than 50 years
Acknowledgement: - Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and Courtesy copyright holders
FitzGerald, Robert D. (Robert David), 1902-1987
Glassop, Lawson, 1913-1966
Penton, Brian, 1904-1951
Tierney, John, 1892-1972
Hewett, Dorothy, 1923-
Vietnamese Conflict (1961-1975)
Authors, Australian -- 20th century -- Correspondence.
Type of Material Textual Records
Physical Description 0.01 metres of textual material (1 folder) : manuscript, typescript
Contents 1. Three letters from R. D. Fitzgerald dated 21 October 1952, 2 June 1969 and 27 June 1969. The first one concerns the illustration by Lindsay in Fitzgerald's book Between two tides. The remaining two letters concern his strong objections to a play by Dorothy Hewett, the question of censorship and the possibility of a "puritan revival". In the last one he also talks about the Vietnam War.
2. Letter from Lawson Glassop dated 3 March 1944 concerning the delay in the publication of his novel, We were the rats.
3. Ten letters from John Tierney (Brian James), one dated 1947, the rest undated. They mostly concern literature and writers and the state of his and Lindsay's health.
4. Letter from Brian Penton undated, in which he bemoans the parlous state of Australia and the world caused by the economic depression. Australia's lack of a national culture is also a matter of concern.
 
Source

Acquired from the Antique Bookshop & Curios in 1995

Copying Conditions Copyright status: - In copyright - This collection has multiple rights owners
May be copied for reference purposes - Applies only to material in which the author has been deceased for more than 50 years
Acknowledgement: - Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and Courtesy copyright holders
Author Artist FitzGerald, Robert D. (Robert David), 1902-1987
Glassop, Lawson, 1913-1966
Penton, Brian, 1904-1951
Tierney, John, 1892-1972
Hewett, Dorothy, 1923-
Name Vietnamese Conflict (1961-1975)
Subject  Authors, Australian -- 20th century -- Correspondence.

Example Four – Picture

Two political drawings, 1975-1977 / by Lloyd Rees

Creator Rees, Lloyd, 1895-1988
Level of Description Collection
Date of Work 1975-1977
Type of Material Graphic Materials
Physical Description  2 drawings : pastel, watercolour, and pencil on paper
Contents XV / 110
Hope. Under Labor we march forward, 1977
1 drawing: pastel, watercolour, and pencil on paper; 54.7 x 75.2 cm
Signed and dated lower right 'LREES / 77'
XV / 111
[The Dismissal], 1976
1 drawing: pastel, watercolour, and pencil on paper; approx. 54.0 x 112.0 cm
Signed and dated lower right 'LR / 76'
Inscribed 'Some time ago Sir John Kerr deplored an anti-Kerr defacement of St. St [sic.] Stephens Church. We too deplore defacements although this one was soon removed. But the same John Kerr on 11th Nov 1975 gouged a scar across the face of Australia that may never be removed'
Source Purchased from Deutscher and Hackett, Melbourne, Important Australian and International Works of Art, 31 August 2011, Lots 120 and 121
Copying Conditions Copyright status: - In copyright - Life of creator plus 70 years
Copyright holder: - A. and J. Rees
No reproduction without prior written approval
Rights and Restrictions Information: - All use of works by Lloyd Rees should be referred to VISCOPY
Acknowledgement: - Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and Courtesy copyright holder
Subject 

Art -- Political aspects -- Australia

Australia -- Politics and government -- Caricatures and

Topic  cartoons
drawings
political cartoons
Place St. Stephen's Church (Macquarie Street, Sydney, N.S.W.)